[kismac] Re: External ASUS WL-100G Broadcom-based 802.11g card
- From: Brad Knowles <brad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2004 23:21:01 +0200
At 8:37 PM +0200 2004-09-20, Erick van Rijk wrote:
I'm currently trying to use an External ASUS WL-100G Broadcom-based
802.11g card in combination with my internal original Apple Airport b card.
But what I'm running into is that I can't use both the cards at the same
time or/and I can't seem to figure what card is actually used.
If this is the Broadcom card which is supported by the Apple
Airport Extreme driver, this is true. You can only have one "Apple
Airport" family card loaded in the machine at one time. Remove one
or the other -- you can't have both.
Is there a way to enable injection for the External ASUS WL-100G
Broadcom-based 802.11g card?
If this is the same card I think it is, you can't unload the
Apple drivers. You can choose not to load 3rd party drivers for
cards that are based on Prism or Prism2, for example, but you can't
unload the Apple drivers.
I would also like to see an option to select
the MAC/en0 id of the card when selecting a driver, is that possible?
Again, the drivers are loaded per type of card. You can't load
the OS drivers for one card of a type and not load the OS drivers for
a different card of the same type. Either you load the OS drivers
for that type of card, or you don't.
Brad Knowles, <brad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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